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Surgical procedures and recovery require cooperative effort from patients, doctors, and insurance companies. Make sure your patients are ready to undergo these procedures by identifying risks and positive attributes that could impact successful outcomes. Our presurgical evaluations and mental health assessments provide evidence-based recommendations as you devise an appropriate treatment plan.
This webinar explores the topic of presurgical assessment and provides information about several assessment tools that can help the clinician understand these biopsychosocial variables and how they can predict outcomes.
High levels of psychological symptomatology are often indicative of patient satisfaction and adverse or sub-optimal surgical outcomes.
Comprehensive and evidence-based reports enable collaboration across the multidisciplinary surgical and care team.
Research-based and normed on relevant surgical candidates, these industry leading tests are part of a thorough presurgical psychological evaluation often required by medical treatment guidelines.
Explore the following products to find the right presurgical evaluations for your patients.
Helps identify biopsychosocial factors, including coping strategies, that impact individuals' readiness for and response to chronic pain, bariatric, and general surgeries.
Comprehensively identifies primary and secondary biopsychosocial risk factors before surgical intervention.
Reports that identify presurgical risk factors, postsurgical outcome risk, and associated treatment recommendations for spinal cord stimulator and spine surgery procedures.
Helps assess psychological and behavioral dysfunctions of medical patients, including bariatric surgery candidates.
Measures three factors of eating behavior important in developing individualized pre- and post-surgical treatment programs for obesity.
Efficiently measures 16 areas of life satisfaction to inform pre- and post-surgical treatments or services.
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